Master of the Senate: The Years of Lyndon Johnson Topics for Discussion

Robert Caro
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Did LBJ's use of the "N" word make him a racist in the 1950s? If he were alive, would he use it?

What quality or trait that most helped LBJ fit in when he reached the Senate?

What quality or trait most threatened his fitting in?

How is LBJ's smoking symbolic of his phases of his Senate career?

What was the Taj Mahal? What does it say about LBJ?

What held Richard Russell back from being president and what was it about LBJ that made him think he could do better?

How did LBJ relate to Hubert Humphrey in the Senate?

How did LBJ relate to Richard Nixon in the Senate?

Why did Lady Bird put up with LBJ? Would you have, in her place?

What was Sam Johnson's legacy to his famous son?

If you were Leland Olds, would you have tried to...

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